By Ann-Kathrin Beckenbauer
The first bankruptcy goes to accommodate the good points of a brief tale. it really is to be mentioned, what makes a quick tale a true Short-story and which positive factors are available in general.
In the second one bankruptcy, there's going to be an advent to the literary postmodernism. therefore, an evidence of positive aspects characterizing the postmodernism as such goes to follow.
The 3rd bankruptcy goes to be an advent to the tale of initiation, during which its major components and ideas are going to be offered and explained.
In the fourth and final bankruptcy during this part, an technique on Genette's theories on narrative views, in addition to an appropriate cause of every one might be found.
The moment a part of the most part goes to encompass an research of 'Where are you going, the place have you ever been?' by way of each above named point, in addition to the technique of classifying the quick tale as a narrative of (female) initiation.
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An Analysis of Joyce Carol Oates' Short story 'Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?' by Ann-Kathrin Beckenbauer